Vitalumiere Compact Douceur by Chanel

Vitalumiere Compact Douceur

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CLAIM TO FAME: A featherweight foundation in a convenient compact

FAST FACTS: Velvety-soft, finely-pressed powder; formulated with high-definition light pigments for a luminous finish; enriched with peach pit extract to keep skin hydrated; contains SPF10

PERFECT FOR: Comfortable, natural-looking coverage that’s easy to retouch

WHAT YOU GET: (1) compact Vitalumiere Compact Douceur

For a natural makeup result, sweep onto the face with any powder brush, working from the center outwards. For more coverage, press onto entire face with the sponge.

From the legendary house of Chanel comes a beauty and fragrance collection for the woman of elegance. An homage to Coco herself, this range combines pioneering skin technology with stunning, fashion-forward formulations. Consider this glorious assortment of designer makeup, skincare, nail color, and other luxury treats your retail therapy for the day.

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Looooove this

I super love this, and would super love it more if it werent sooo expensive. They say it's just the brand name you are paying for, probably. But when I got to try this, I loved it. And swore to myself that the next time I am splurging on make-up, this is on the top of my list. I think you can skimp on many things when it comes to make up, I usually just buy a cheaper blush and a cheaper mascara. But when it comes to powder, bb cream, and the first things that come into contact with your skin, i think one should always invest in a good product.

over 2 years ago

Splurge worthy

I love this! I use it on top of my NARS Sheer Glow just to set it a bit. Mine says 30 Aurore by the way, and not Beige. Idk if it varies by country (probably, cause I didn't buy it in the PH). This is a splurge and it's absolutely not necessary, but hey, it works great, doesn't crease or cake, and LOOKS so good. You can retouch anywhere and the packaging won't let you down lol.

about 1 year ago

Chanel is always a good idea

Probably the most expensive powder you will ever buy, but also the best and most worth it. The packaging is already amazing, the powder absorbs all the oil through out the day without caking and your pores and blemishes are covered completely. The best really, not much to say other than an absolute must have in all type's of women's purses!

over 1 year ago
Top Reviewer

You can never go wrong with Chanel

Back when I still preferred powder foundations over liquid, this is one of the few splurges I have made. Vitalumiere isn't my first choice but since this claims to feel light on the skin and give a natural glow, I ended up buying it. The powder itself is indeed finely milled and smooth and does not cake even after touching up. It has light coverage and does not feel heavy at all. doesn't look too powdery on the skin too. The sponge and brush included are both useful too. It mattifies the skin without making it look flat, dull, and dry.

almost 2 years ago

This is love!

I recently went on a Chanel haul in Nordstrom and oh my goodness, this is love! This powder is so finely-milled that even in compact form, it applies gloriously! I use a combination of 20 and 30 on my skin (for reference, I'm usually NC 20-25-30 on MAC. My skin is weird that way...) The brush can be used to give a lighter coverage, while the sponge makes way for a buildable medium-ish coverage. Definitely not cakey and feels skin-like. It can be used on its own for a very natural finish, but I can also use it to set my foundation for whole day events (works best with the Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua foundation). When mine runs out, I'm glad I can buy it here!

about 2 years ago
Certified Buyer

My skin is smooth and luminous

I love this! I found that it's best applied right after I put on moisturizer with a sponge. The brush I use for touch ups. This product makes my skin feel really smooth and luxurious. I wouldn't recommend it as a setting powder over liquid foundation though, I think that it's best on its own. And since it has light to medium coverage, I wouldn't recommend it for problematic skin that much.

over 2 years ago